Dewaco’s Vietnamese order its largest ever
Finnish cleantech company Dewaco has broken its own order record for the second time this month.
Global market warms to OptiWatti
Finnish company Opti Automation offers a welcome solution for the colder months of the year: significant energy savings via its innovative, automated approach.
Lahti gets busy with cleantech in Japan
The region of Lahti in Finland and a Japanese waste management company are joining forces to develop their collaboration in the fields of education, technology and planning.
Finnish technology cleans up wood products
A new method from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, known as ‘CatLignin,’ produces reactive lignin material that can replace toxic components found in adhesives widely used in engineered wood products, while also making the pulp industry more bio-friendly.
Enevo gets smart with Contenur in the UK
Finnish company Enevo has partnered with the UK’s leading waste container manufacturer and supplier Contenur to introduce smart waste analytics to its waste container systems.
Visedo powers first electric hybrid ferry in Asia
The port city of Kaohsiung in Taiwan has launched a hybrid ferry powered by Finnish cleantech company Visedo’s electric propulsion system, to address the high pollution levels in the city and surrounding region.
VTT makes waste water work
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland wants to save the nutrients and carbon in waste water, which can be worth millions.
St1 inks MoA for Thai bioethanol pilot project
Finnish energy company St1 has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Ubon Bio Ethanol to launch a pilot project of the production of bioethanol from cassava waste.
Fortum and Bonava to evolve smart living
Fortum, one of the leading companies in cleantech, has started a commercial partnership on solutions for smart living in Sweden with the Sweden-based construction company Bonava.
Finland demolishes rivals with ocean liner recycling project
When a ship comes to the end of its life-cycle, most of its materials are still recyclable and worth millions of euros. A new Finnish consortium believes this could become a major business for the country’s maritime and recycling industry.